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17th-century town hall with no town but a fascinating history
Tucked away in a tiny hamlet adjoining the National Nature Reserve, the 17th-century Old Town Hall is the only remaining evidence of Newtown's former importance.
It's hard to believe that this tranquil corner of the island once held often turbulent elections before sending two Members to Parliament.
Make a day of it, or longer, on the Isle of Wight. As well as the Old Town Hall we look after another four places across the island plus many acres of beautiful countryside. With sweeping sandy beaches, great cliff-top views and miles of wonderful walks, the island has lots to offer.